Blog Posts in March, 2017

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  • Bullets failing to stay inside Precision Gun Range's property grounds creating danger for Indiana families
    Bullets failing to stay inside Precision Gun Range's property grounds creating danger for Indiana families

    Police are investigating the origin of bullets that have struck at least two homes over the past few weeks in Spencer, IN. The two homes that have been confirmed to have been struck by bullets are ...

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  • Recognize the signs of a traumatic brain injury
    Recognize the signs of a traumatic brain injury

    Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can range in severity from relatively minor, temporary effects to lifelong complications that can leave you unable to work. A TBI is a common outcome of a serious motor ...

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  • Railroad Grade Crossing
    Railroad Grade Crossing

    Tabor Law Firm attorneys recently represented the family of a husband and father who was tragically killed when his vehicle was struck by a locomotive at a railroad crossing. Our attorneys quickly ...

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  • Increased safety measures for cyclists in the works
    Increased safety measures for cyclists in the works

    Indiana lawmakers are one step closer to passing a bill that would protect bicyclist's safety across the state. This bill, known as the "Trails Bill," includes an amendment with safe passing language, ...

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  • E-Cigarette Causes Attorney's Pant to Catch Fire While Defending Alleged Arsonist
    E-Cigarette Causes Attorney's Pant to Catch Fire While Defending Alleged Arsonist

    On Wednesday afternoon a Miami, Florida criminal defense lawyer's pants caught on fire as he was about to begin his closing arguments in an arson case. The attorney had been fiddling in his pocket, ...

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  • March Madness-- More Basketball, More Excitement, More Impaired Driving
    March Madness-- More Basketball, More Excitement, More Impaired Driving

    March Madness is here yet again; a series of sacred basketball games for Hoosiers across the state. This year, St. Patrick's day lands on the first day of the NCAA tournament games in ...

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